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before it starts. is a new technology called predictive policing. it relies on these sophisticated computer analysis to study past crimes to prevent future crimes and it is working. in los angeles property crime dropped 13%, and when the technology was rolled out in santa cruise the number of burglaries dropped by 26%. so i was fascinated by this, and joining me now to discuss how big data is making police departments smarter is zach friend, a former crime analyst with the santa cruz police department. and he is now the city's newly elected county supervisor probably elected because of your success in reducing crime. zach thank you so much for joining us in "the war room." >> thanks. it's good to be here. >> how does this technology work? >> it works in a similar way to how we predict earthquake after shocks. when you have crime there is after shocks associated it with. it lets officers know when and where a crime will occur. >> jennifer: people are looking at the screen now, and seeing a square block. tell us about that. >> what the algorithm provides is 500 fo
they will actually ever going to get all the answers. >> rick: technology phenomenon known as catfishing. what is that and how is that tied in, craig? >> catfishing is what they believe happened, the term catfish means someone -- a habit of establishing a relationship with someone online. usually involves a false identity. we got a clip from the mtv show catfish in which a young man goes to meet someone he has been chatting with online. he he thinks he is about to meet a young blonde woman named amanda miller. >> i'm tyler aden. >> all right. i'm amanda miller. >> you are amanda miller? >> yes, i am. >> the amanda miller. >> i owe you an apology. i'm really sorry. >> >> cat fishing, bill, as you might imagine is something that happens quite frequently. people can assume nil kind of identity they want and put it out there. and that is exactly what the university says happened to manti te'o. thank you for reporting from campus south bend, indiana tonight. manti te'o was silent tonight. lance armstrong has suffered another set back. just when you thought he had no more to lose. he has lost someth
? ♪ whatever your business challenge, dell has the technology and services to help you solve it. david: the s&p futures are closing right now. let's go to the pits of the cme with andrew. good to see you. so what does this tell you about what will happen tomorrow? andrew: we had a nice little run up on intel going to be closing today the stock was up about 2.5% today. the stock is bit much unchanged right now. i had a pretty good quarter, $0.48 versus 45. versus expectations of 12.8. there could be some selling pressure, 150 day moving average at 23.03. tomorrow we will have more earnings. ge, morgan stanley. we had a mixed review. the market is to climb higher even though we had weak bank earnings. taking the market higher. the market was very strong today despite bank of america and citigroup both selling off. we had problems with boeing dreamliners as well. that is about it for the most part. liz: thank you very much. let's get back to intel because the fourth-quarter results met estimates, but it is the current quarter outlook getting people little spooked because right now, nicole, we a
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of intel calls it a 10x product, a breakthrough because of the disruptive technology. you can argue that apple made a courageous move. somebody few companies are willing to do. however, ipad mini reminded me of water isaacson, author of steve jobs' autobiography, isaacson talked about how there may not be anything huge on the drawing board, nothing that was omg and he said it noting that he had waited for a year to go buy since jobs died. something he promised. oh, take a look. unremarkable. i asked isaacson whether apple didn't have a breakthrough television product. i wanted to hear something positive, a clicker telling you to put on the nfl this weekend or sons of anarchy. he said apple may have such a product but some of these essential to whether the product gets off the ground. isaacson said apple was able to put together the music business when he put together itunes but the cable companies are too powerful. desperate the way that the record companies were. not long after i took the apple position that had been held for a very long time and told subscribers that actionalerts.
of debate, a lot of the fight over this technology relates to things that are essentially not proveable right now. someone a mile away from a well says that there is some contamination, not so much the fracking slides but the salty water that comes out of the well. you can say there is salty water there, but you can't prove that it's coming from that drilling operation. there are a couple of technology technologies being developed where essentially you'll have a fingerfingerprinting process. every well would have it's fluids tagged, a molecular tag which is would be like a label or barcode. there you could say there it is. and the fracking fights--you would have a sense of accountability. then on other things, a month or so ago in the blog i wrote about a simple infrared camera can emit the gas emissions. unlike other kinds of pollution in the air so with the right kind of camera, and these are not expensive anyone, including a non-government environmental group can point to emissions and say there is a problem here, then it's up to government to push forward. so much of the debate abo
the technology and services to help you solve it. >>> on "mad money" we are searching for bull markets. not just the loud ones. the bull markets get a lot of media attention. sometimes the best bull markets are the ones that are under the radar. suddenly you look over and the stock you never heard of had a new high after a new high after a new high. i don't think anyone in the audience has thought about it. i'm talking about the market in packaging. the industry has been on fire. if you are a food company, you know that new companies can drive sales that allows the food to last longer. and in this business it comes down to two companies that you never heard of. bms, joked about to stand for buy my stock. and berry plastics group. which became public last october. ips down 5% on its last day. since then the stock became red hot. and if you go back two months, berry is up 25%. bhs has rallied over 10%. i think they continue to outperform courtesy of the bull market. buy buy buy. designing plastic containers doesn't seem like it would be a big business. but buy my stock has been van h vanishing fr
to be careful how we get it. design the wells to be safe. thousands of jobs. use the most advanced technology to protect our water. billions in the economy. at chevron, if we can't do it right, we won't do it at all. we've got to think long term. we've got to think long term. ♪ a talking car. but i'll tell you what impresses me. a talking train. this ge locomotive can tell you exactly where it is, what it's carrying, while using less fuel. delivering whatever the world needs, when it needs it. ♪ after all, what's the point of talking if you don't have something important to say? ♪ >>> we're back. political director and chief white house correspondent chuck todd will take us inside the numbers of the latest poll as you tee up the second term, chuck. >> four years ago, enormous expectations for president obama. there were a lot of people, hope and change was big. this time, call it pragmatic hope as far as the public is concerned. as you see here, just less than 30% believe they're going to evaluate president obama with a clean fresh slate. 64% will evaluate him based on past feelings. an
production enough, that was something that happened in the second half of 2012. the technology for extracting this improved so that maybe the cycle was broken. that is why tonight we are going off the charts to figure out where natural gas might be headed. garner thinks that trading natural gas is always a dangerous game. hence why traders call it the widow maker. garner believes that it is still too early to get bullish. garner does recognize there is a strong tendency to rally every year through april. the commodity suffers a sharp decline in late january. in short, she thinks natural gas is likely to go lower, maybe to go much lower. take a look at this weekly chart in natural gas. see that is that wedge pattern got that? since this bottom, okay, this wedge gives natural gas a ceiling of resistance at $3.70, the wedge is here, you have to look at this, just look at this line for a moment. there is a lot going on in this chart. now look at this level, this is the floor, it is $3.20. garner expects natural gas to be boosted by a strong seasonal tailwind starting in mid-february. in that mont
made a fortune in the technology bubble and then he lost it all in the real estate bubble. >> not quite all. mcafee told faber he still had about $4 million in the bank to tie him over and in belize, $4 million apparently went a long way. mcafee was not only able to build this beach estate on the ambergris cove, but a second one near the village of carmelita. >> my life has turned around 180 degrees down here. i mentioned the freedom here. there are virtually no regulations on business. >> a lot of it was how belize is a paradise for people like me because i can do anything i want. there are no laws. intellectual property, nobody cares. i can start anything. >> it must have felt like the good old days where after kick drugs and alcohol, john mcafee suddenly emerged as one of silicon valley's princes of high tech. >> in the past three weeks we've seen five new viruses. >> like his contemporaries, steve jobs and bill gates, mcafee was an inventor, entrepreneur, self-promotor all rolled into one. here he is on the "today" show in 1988. >> computer virus technology is like the wizard's wand
.75 point. certainly sold off from the highs. by the end of the day, technology still one of the better performers on the street. s&p 500 higher by a fraction. the banks mixed to fractionally better on the session. just moments away from ebay's quarterly numbers. first though let's get straight to the market action. joining me right now is jeff sought from raymond james and jeff ickes and our own rick santelli. and another from the floor of the exchange coming up in a moment. gentlemen, nice to have you on the program. thanks so much for joining us. >> thank you. >> let's talk, jeff, about the earnings period so far. how would you character it? >> the earnings that were being revised down all through the fourth quarter, that reversed about three weeks ago, looking for fourth quarter earnings to be up about 3.2% by the time it's all said and done. >> do you think that's priced into the market? are you expecting any surprises for the fourth quarter? >> i think the earnings are going to come in stronger than most people think. i think the big unspoken event that's happened over the past tw
mavericks on the san mateo county coast. fans can't get onto the beach to watch but local technology can now offer you an even better view of the action. our business and tech reporter scott budman has more on the local company that's going to put you right on the waves. >> that's right. big waves are making mavericks dangerous for nonsurfers but a small piece of technology developed here is giving you a chance to get right up to the action. because of concerns brought on by this big wave two years ago, you won't be able to get close to these big waves this year at mavericks. unless you're following one of these. if you're a surfer, say hello to your little friend. the go pro camera, used by athletes everywhere and coming to mcnabb ribs for a starring role. >> they're the most passionate moments of our lives. >> justin wilkinfeld was one of the first people hired at go pro. he like lots of employees here loves to surf. and loves to give everyone an upclose look at the sport. >> being able to capture moments while you're out there surfing with your friends and what not and to see some of the
detectors 10 times, a thousand times and never set off that alarm. that's the reason we have the technology here in the u.s. the body scearns as they are referred to sometimes. those able to pick up metallic as well as nonmetallic items. >> of the 250 rap scan only 176 were put into place. the good news is the rapi scan is going to come in and take all those scanners away and pick up the tab for that bill. >> what is the t.s.a. about making security and the process faster? will it? >> well, they say it's going to do that for a couple of reasons. one, because the scanners that will stay in place, you can actually view right there at the security area. the old full body naked scanners had to be viewed in a back room and somebody had to radio the agents to let people go. and without the invasive scanners, the belief is that fewer people will on for full body patdowns scabbers take 20 seconds. full body patdowns 80 seconds. the line should move a lot more quickly and if we can get our shoes on in a relatively short amount of time we might have a little bit of time to spare. >> bill: meantime be
of remission? ♪ whatever your business challenge, dell has the technology and services to help you solve it. >>> heading into the weekend of barack obama's second inaugural, we've got some new poll numbers from our nbc news/"wall street journal" poll about what americans think of their president. 52% approve of the job that he's doing as president. that's a hair above the 51% that put him back in office in the november election. 61% say he's easy-going and likable. 55% say he can handle a crisis. 51% say he's a good commander in chief. while only 29% say that he works effectively with congress. we'll be right back. the beaches and waters couldn't be more beautiful. take a boat ride or just lay in the sun. enjoy the wildlife and natural beauty. and don't forget our amazing seafood. so come to the gulf, you'll have a great time. especially in alabama. you mean mississippi. that's florida. say louisiana or there's no dessert. brought to you by bp and all of us who call the gulf home. >>> welcome back to "hardball." one of president obama's first major challenges in his second term will be tryi
, they could have new jobs. they create new technologies. but, they don't know whose money it is. in los angeles, they said, most recently, they have lost $16 billion in economic value because the courts have been closed. $1.6 million in tax. we have been the envy of the world as to our justice system. as the world becomes smaller and as multinational corporations decide where they will invest their money, they have historically invested it in the united states because we have had a court system that has been the envy of the world, but they won't continue to do that if they cannot get justice in america. there is an economic reason as well as a moral reason to make sure that our courts are open. we have a crisis in our federal system. 92 vacancies exist today in the federal court system. 15% of our federal court is vacant. we have 26 districts under federal emergencies, judicial emergencies. we have 18 judges come out with no opposition on either side, and it wasn't a political issue. could not get one of them through congress. you know, when i talk to the graduating students, i just wen
"today's" trends of 2013. it's going to be a big year when it comes to technology, especially in areas like transportation and medicine. katie lynendahl, talk dirty to me blog. my favorite blog. >> this is a hybrid electric bike, believe it or not. three different ways to power. you can actually power. there are solar panels right on the ruth and lithium ion batteries. you want a little electric, a little boost, no problem. >> 30 miles per charge, takes two hours to charge. 1,800 miles on the equivalent of one gallon of gasoline? >> one gallon. this isn't made by gm or audi. this is made by north carolina start-up company that actually has sold over 72 units to date, will start delivering in march. >> how much? >> $4,000, which is kind of pricey. >> right. >> you're saving a lot of money not purchasing gas over the years. >> for medical technology, big year as well. >> yes. >> this is irobot rpvita. >> come meet us. a patient in a hospital can't get a particular doctor, bring that doctor right into the room, have a conversation with that doctor. there are two lenses on the top here tha
an exciting new technology. i hope it's an iphone that tells you when to get in line for the new iphone. [ laughter ] and, my guest jared diamond has a new book about what we can learn from traditional societies. if it's how to hang a gourd off your penis, i got that one covered. [ laughter ] a shipment of 18 human heads showed up at o'hare international airport, when i clearly said i was flying to omaha. [ laughter ] this is "the colbert report." captioning sponsored by comedy central ["the colbert report" theme music playing] [cheers and applause] welcome to the report. thank you for joining tonight's broadcast. thank you so much. [crowd chanting "stephen!"] [cheers and applause] ladies and gentlemen, thank you so much. in here, out there, folks, you can feel the energy in this room tonight because there's one story rocking this nation. a bombshell dropped by my hero, lance armstrong, master of the two wheeler. rumors have been swirling for years about lance, but unlike most americans, when times got tough, i didn't get off the tandem bike of admiration. no! i saddled up, rang th
a technology suite with bluetooth, navigation and other handy stuff? yeah, that would be cool. introducing the all-new nissan sentra. it's our most innovative sentra ever. nissan. innovation that excites. now get a $169-per-month lease on a 2013 nissan sentra. ♪ >>gretchen: quick headlines for you now. 23 # minutes after the top of the hour. we finally know when secretary of state hillary clinton will testify about the terrorist act in benghazi, lib. january 23. she was scheduled to testify last month before she got sick and suffered a concussion. >>> former president george h.w. bush waking up in his own bed this morning. he spent more than two months in the hospital for a bronchitis-related cough. the president says he wishes he could personally thank everyone who sent so many get-well messages. >>steve: what do these four u.s. presidents have in common? anyone with a knowledge of history probably remembers they were all assassinated while in office. what you didn't know is the connection between each of their killers. turns out they've all got something in common. brad meltzer figured
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challenge, dell has the technology and services to help you solve it. >>> we have fought our way back. and we know in our hearts, for the united states of america, the best is yet to come. >> the president told america the best is yet to come. and judging by his second-term agenda, his se's setting his si high. sweeping change to gun control. immigration reform. taking on climate change. cutting the deficit. and oh, yeah, lowering unemployment. make no mistake about it. it's ambitious. but the president is entering his second term with a job approval among the highest since the early months of his presidency. his favorability rating has jumped nine point ins the last three months. at the very same time, the other side is fractured. destroying themselves. they're even threatening impeachment over the issue. we want all tools available to use including impeachment. >> could that build up to make a case for possible impeachment. >> all options should be on the table, undoubtly. >> and if that weren't enough, they're back. that's right, the birther brigade is stronger than ever. 64% of am
and how long this will last straight ahead. >> katie: also ahead, cutting edge technology at dentist's office >> katie: an interesting job is opening up at apple. they want a writer to turn siri into a recognizable character. >> isaac, what do you want to say to isaac? >> applicants need to have a love of lands, a sense of word play and experience in creative content. so if you have quick jokes, apple wants to hear from you. >> heavenly mountain resort is opening half price today for the first time. it's 18 feet high and 1400 feet long. the run is designed for all levels of experience. the half pipe is inside the roller park. it opens at noon and only half pipe right now on lake tahoe's south shore. it may be upstaged by mavericks. >> from the mountains to the coastguard with tons of sun in the sierra nevada back home, you see haze in the atmosphere. taking a look at san francisco from the east bay camera, nine hours and 57 minutes of daylight. sea are building and occasional sets of 20 feet and long swells and all the conditions coming together for those perfect waves. live doppler
's ceo coming out want 8:00 eastern time. after the bell, technology takes center stage. we will hear from google, texas instruments and amd among others. >> and friday, the 49% mothership and it was good. revenues above expectations. and also a little beat on the bottom line, but a lot of the different business segments doing well. all clicking and stock was up above 22. comcast traded over 40. >> i saw that, too. and it makes you wonder if the dow jones industrial average will follow the transports at this point. >> why follow those two so closely? comcast at 51% and 49% owners. i'm hearing that dupont is hitting the wires right now, which is inconvenient for -- >> those of us still getting our computers up and running. >> we're going to talk to ellen kullman. and we'll be able to get a better idea on what's going on. fourth kwarer, one of the numbers i'm seeing, a 12 cents and then adjusted number of 11 cents. and that is versus an expectation of 7 cents. so either one of those on numbers would be above expectations. the sales number for the fourth quarter was 7.3 billion. and the
ideas around the world and that leads to growth around the world. for example, the technology that we have invented is an expanding around the world, and that is leading to jobs overseas because the plants have to be near the consumers trying to serve. we can't export to the disposable diaper from pennsylvania to china and make money on it so we have 150 factories around the world. but nevertheless, that the business that we do internationally results in jobs in the united states. 20% of our jobs in the united states rely on an international business. 40% in the state of ohio our home state relies on international business. so that international business and being globally competitive is incredibly important to their growth of our company and to the growth of the economy and the allied states. we have the world's best company in the united states but right now we are putting them at a disadvantage with our tax policy, with our fiscal policy and with many of the things i've already talked about. >> thank you. >> i agree with you strongly that we have to do a tax reform and we can't hav
technology and celebrities. >>> it's been a month now since we noticed the twinkies disappearing, but now there is a new treat that is stepping up. we want to begin with lance armstrong about years of doping and lying. last night he apologized to his kids and his fans. >> what do you say to those millions of people who belied. >> i say i understand your anger. your sense of betrayal. you supported me forever, through all of this, and you believed, and i lied to you. and i'm sorry. and i will spend -- i will spend, and i am committed to spending as long as i have to to make amends. >> lisa bloom, is with us. good morning, ladys. before we talk about his career, let's talk about the legal implications of what he confe confess confessed. as a lawyer, would you let your client go on and confess. >> no lawyer would tell you to do that. there will be an avalanche of criminal and civil proceedings that could follow for this. but confession is good for the soul, so i probably would tell him to go ahead. >> he's very careful about the time line of what he confesses too. is that based on a statute
this transition. we must lead it. we cannot cede to other nations the technology that will power new jobs and industry. we must claim its promise. that's how we will maintain our economic vitality and our national presence of forests and waterways, snow-capped peaks, crop lands. and how we will preserve our planet, commanded to our care by god. that is what will lend meaning to the creed our fathers once declared. host: the wall street journal on climate change has this. in flushing, new york, an independent. how are you? caller: good morning. i liked his speech, because it was different from the last one, because it concentrated on how to make america a better country rather than being the military police for the world. he was tempted to talk about north africa and al qaeda and all these things, but he wants to make america stronger. cost is too much. america is not respected, even spending all this money. how to make america big and strong, how to teach our kids, how to respect people, whether gay or lesbian. for me as an immigrant maybe 20 years in this country, i was one of the people
more technology, more satellites and depend more on our electrical infrastructure we are more vulnerable. >> if we get hit with a solar flare what does it do to our technology and civilization. >> this is million degree plasma coming out of the sun at 300 to 500 miles per second. it travels through space, it hits the earth and actually the the biggest thing that it does, it's all magnetized. the earth is kind of a magnet, it wiggles everything and that makes electrical currents that go crazy every where. it can lead to blackouts, overload your satellites, it can fry radio transmissions and gps transmissions, that's happened on a small scale before. bill: you're talking about the trillion dollars in damage. 1859 apparently earth was hit by a doosey. is that even a possibility that we could be hit like that with no warning. >> we know that happens. if you look through glaciers they record different times in the past when these things happen. actually the evidence of it gets buried in the ice. we know this happens every 300, 500 years. the last one was 150 years ago. it could hap
their portfolios, to improve the technology that they have in their mines to lower the unit cost of production. we are seeing investments in the u.s., land acquisition to prb, clear indicator of the long-term potential that our customers see out of that region as well. >> it sounds like no credit problems with any of the customers. china turning around. united states stabilizing. 2013 could be a dramatically better year for joy global than 2012. >> it could be a better year. i caution about how quick the turnaround is going to occur. customers have i think grown very cautious about jumping the gun. we've seen them do that several times before. 2008, they cut too quickly. 2011, they ramp back up maybe too quickly in retrospect. much more cautious, much more methodical. there certainly is upside in our business. one of the things we've done that helps that, we cut the cycles down. today it takes us five months to manufacture a shovel, down from 15 months. our response time is quicker than it was a couple of years ago. we'll see the improvement in the order rate. people will want to see more sustaina
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, we can have technology and all a of that, but it is relevant, chris. >> what is the law should be? >> the law should be, that it should protect both. it should protect mother and child. >> criminal sanction? >>. no it should protect mother and child. >> how do you do that by law? and the what the best thing that could be done right now to stop the marchs that are going on, look at the march on friday. it's going to be mostly young people, the biggest march that has ever happened. >> what is the best law rather than roe v. wade? >> the best law right now is to close the gap between public opinion and law and go ahead and vote in common ground measures. don't tax things that people think are the killing of human beings. >> okay, great. >> go ahead and allow parental consent. >> i don't think you can put a woman in prison for having an abortion. >> have i said that? have i said that? >> you're talking around it. >> no, i'm not at all. i'm talking about common ground. >> every time i talk about someone outlawing abortion or banning it, what is the law? please tell me what the law is i
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